Neighbourhood Partnership

The Bristol NPs (Neighbourhood Partnerships) are about devolving council power
back to local councillors and residents for decisions on very local issues like minor traffic works, road and pavement repairs and parks maintenance and improvements; 
and to influence council services in the area.


Neighbourhood Partnerships meet every three months to take decisions. Forum meetings for residents to raise issues are also held every 3 months on a ward by ward basis. Police, local councillors and BCC officers attend to update the forum on what actions have been taken to address issues raised at previous meetings or through other community engagement processes. 

RCAS has two representatives on the BCR Neighbourhood Partnership; they stand for election at each AGM. The current representative is Alison Bromilow, one seat is vacant.

Clive Stevens is the NP tree champion. Alison is on the Communications and Engagement task group and helps with coordinating . 

Bishopston, Cotham and Redland (BCR) Neighbourhood Partnership

See the website www.bcrnp.org.uk 


Please contact
Andrew McGrath Bristol City Council Neighbourhood Coordinator
Tel 0117 903 6436

or click here to go to the BCR Neighbourhood Partnership Facebook page
for the most recent updates

Partnership and Forum meeting venues change. 
see the BCR Neighbourhood Partnership page for details 

Notes of previous meetings are posted on the Bristol City Council meetings webpage.


Cabot, Clifton and Clifton East Neighbourhood Partnership 

For further information contact:
Ariaf Hussain
0117 9223218